OnePlus 6 (8GB RAM, 128GB)

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  • Snapdragon 845 processor
  • 8GB RAM & 128GB internal storage
  • 3300 mAh battery
  • Dual (16 M.P + 20 M.P) rear & 16 M.P selfie
  • 6.28 inch screen
  • Android OS, v8.1 (Oreo)


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Price history for OnePlus 6 (Mirror Black, 8GB RAM + 128GB Memory)
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  • Rs. 34,999 - October 9, 2018
  • Rs. 39,999 - May 25, 2018
Since: May 25, 2018
  • Highest Price: Rs. 39,999 - May 25, 2018
  • Lowest Price: Rs. 34,999 - October 9, 2018
Last Amazon price update was: October 15, 2018 1:31 pm
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OnePlus 6 Review, Features And Price In India. OnePlus 6 128GB Price starts at Rs. 39,999. The lowest price of OnePlus 6 128GB is at Amazon, which is of same price as the cost of 6 128GB at Oneplusstore (Rs. 39999). This phone is available in 64 GB, 128 GB storage variants. Powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 845 chipset and 8GB of RAM, the OnePlus 6 128GB is a flagship smartphone that boots Android Oreo. Featuring a 6.28-inch Full HD+ Optic AMOLED display, the device ships with 128GB of internal storage space. Equipped with dual 16+20MP rear and a 16MP front-facing shooter, the device is fuelled by a 3,300mAh battery. The device is water-resistant and has fast charging support.

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OnePlus 6 Review

Design : 9/10

  • The best looking OnePlus phone to date – has a polished refined design, with a glass rear panel, and three distinct (and beautiful) color options (plus the Marvel Avengers edition)
  • Excellent build quality
  • The phone is comfortable to hold, thanks to the curved glass rear
  • Face unlock works great in most conditions, and unlocks the phone in a fraction of a second (except in low light or under very bright sunlight)
  • There is also of course the fingerprint sensor at the back, if you wish to use that instead, and it works great too
  • Decent loudspeaker (pretty loud) – although it tends to get blocked when you hold the phone in landscape mode
  • Will also tend to pick up smudges very quickly
  • It’s not the easiest to reach all corners of the newly enlarged screen – people who prefer more compact phones might have preferred a smaller-screen option for themselves
  • While OnePlus does claim that the phone has water-resistance, it’s not IP rating certified, which likely means that the protection is quite basic

Display : 9.5/10

  • Excellent display – catches on to the modern ‘notch’ trend, with a tall screen ratio – the AMOLED screen is vivid, with punchy colours and great viewing angles – videos looks great, and you can also set your own custom colour temperature if you prefer

Software : 9.5/10

  • OxygenOS continues to be a huge differentiator for OnePlus – it strikes a great balance between keeping the base UI identical to stock Android but still adding a number of useful additions – like shortcuts, a dark theme, a scrolling screenshot capture tool, and controls for giving the on-screen buttons additional functions, night and reading modes, a choice of system fonts, and configurable colours for the notification LED – all in all, its a great software experience, that ticks the right boxes
  • Another interesting add-on is an optional gesture scheme that lets you get rid of the Android navigation buttons altogether, and gives you a full gesture based navigation scheme like the iPhone X – thus giving you even more screen space to play with – the gestures do take some time to get a hang of, but once you do, they will become second nature

Performance : 9.5/10

  • Top-notch, breathtaking performance, backed by the latest flagship processor from Snapdragon, the Snapdragon 845 – the SoC has eight Kryo 385 cores, integrated Adreno 630 graphics, improved security and image processing subsystems, a faster LTE modem, and even hardware dedicated to AI processing – all of this means the performance is top-bracket, matching (or beating) the Galaxy S9/Plus in benchmark scores

Camera : 9.2/10

  • Good set of dual rear cameras, significantly improved from the OnePlus 5T – especially in terms of portrait mode photos, low light performance, and video recording (including a new super-slow motion mode)
  • The rear cameras now also come with OIS
  • Decent (though not great) front camera, pretty similar to the OnePlus 5T – a software bokeh mode for the front camera is promised for a future OxygenOS update
  • The rear and front cameras are good, but not really up to the high benchmarks set by the likes of the iPhone X, the Galaxy S9, or the Pixel 2 – this continues to be the only one significant area, where you will be making a compromise over the best flagship smartphones, when you buy a OnePlus device (of course admittedly for a much lower price)

Audio : 9.4/10

  • There’s also a Gaming Mode that not only suppresses non-essential notifications, but can also limit background apps’ Internet usage, which can make a difference in online games – you can even route calls directly to the loudspeaker so you don’t have to stop playing

Battery : 9.5/10

  • Good (but not exceptional) battery life – will comfortably last the day with moderate to heavy use
  • Fast charging support – the Dash Charger takes the phone up from zero to just over 50 percent in half an hour, and gives you a full charge in around an hour and a half

More : 9.3/10

  • OnePlus’s excellent alert slider is there too (it has now moved to the right side of the phone) – and is now more simplified toggling between 3 simple states – ring, vibrate and silent, with a pop-up that tells you instantly which mode you are switching to every time
  • On the whole, the OnePlus 6 is good-looking, well crafted, extremely powerful – it is also a solid upgrade to the OnePlus 5T in almost all the departments such as display, performance, design and camera – and ultimately the OnePlus 6’s bang for buck is still about the best you can get in the smartphone world
  • A little slippery because of the glass
  • At 177g, the phone is a bit on the the heavier side too

Review By Phonecurry


+ Positives:
  • Awesome processor
  • Tall and notch-ed display
  • Android oreo 8.1
  • Headphone jack stays
  • Water resistant
- Negatives:
  • No wireless charging
  • Not good selfie at darkside

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Specification: OnePlus 6 (8GB RAM, 128GB)



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1 year manufacturer warranty for device and in-box accessories including batteries from the date of purchase

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Height: 260, Length: 720, Weight: 128, Width: 390


OnePlus 6 (Mirror Black 6GB RAM + 64GB Memory)



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Height: 295, Length: 614, Weight: 39, Width: 31




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EAN List Element: 6921815605362

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Price History

Price history for OnePlus 6 (Mirror Black, 8GB RAM + 128GB Memory)
Latest updates:
  • Rs. 34,999 - October 9, 2018
  • Rs. 39,999 - May 25, 2018
Since: May 25, 2018
  • Highest Price: Rs. 39,999 - May 25, 2018
  • Lowest Price: Rs. 34,999 - October 9, 2018

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